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Sunday School

Sunday School for the fall takes place on our campus January 7 through May 19
9:30 - 10:15 AM unless otherwise noted below.

Young Children

9:30 AM – 12:00 PM

  • Infants – 18 months Room 109, Parish House (Infants may remain in the nursery through the conclusion of the 10:30 AM worship services.)
  • Toddlers Room 112, Parish House (Toddlers may remain in the nursery through the conclusion of the 10:30 AM worship services.)

Busy Bags
When you arrive for services at the church or chapel, ask an usher for a “busy bag” (refreshed weekly) with quiet toys, crayons, coloring sheets, and church-appropriate activities to keep your little ones occupied during the service.

Contact: Trudy Bell


During Sunday School, children will be nurtured in the Word and love of Jesus Christ through story, song, prayer, and activities. Over the course of the year, they will hear the whole story of salvation from Creation to the Cross and beyond. They will also learn some essential elements of our Episcopal liturgy.

3K/4K: Room 127, Parish House.

5K/1st Grade: Room 211, Parish House
2nd/3rd Grade: Room 215, Parish House
4th/5th Grade: Room 217, Parish House

During the 10:30 AM Worship Services:

Nursery Care for 3K/4K in Room 112, Parish House. Upon request, teachers will take children from Sunday School to the nursery for the duration of the service.

Children's Church Children’s Church occurs in St Luke’s Chapel during the 10:30 am church service. It provides a reverent liturgy that has all the elements of Rite II, but in a simplified format geared toward ages 3k - 3rd grade. As they participate, they will begin to appreciate the rhythms of the worship service so it will feel familiar when they are old enough to stay with their parents.

Contact: Cara Horn

Middle School Youth

Middle School
6th - 8th grades
Room 209, All Saints Center
9:30 - 10:15 AM
All middle schoolers are welcome to join us as we dive into strange stories from the Bible, and focus on some of the stranger accounts of the Old and New Testament. We will focus on these two questions: What does this story tell me about our understanding of God and Jesus and how does this story relate to our everyday lives? We will explore the stories of:

  • Simon Peter walking on water
  • Jacob ascending into heaven
  • Shadrach Mesach and Abednego in the furnace
  • Accounts from the Book of Revelation
  • The arrival of angels (and why people seem so scared of them)

Contact: Joleen George

High School Youth

High School
9th - 12th grades
Room 204, All Saints Center
9:30 - 10:15 AM
High schoolers are going to discuss the Letter from Paul to the Romans and discover "Why is Romans Often Described as a Personal Letter from God to ALL of His Children?" Do you feel like you are failing in your faith? Are you feeling defeated by temptations? Are you second guessing how to handle a situation in your life? Discover through Paul's Letter to the Romans you are NOT alone.
Contact: Joleen George

Youth Participating in Confirmation will attend Episcopal 101. (See information below.)
Contact: Joleen George

Young Adults, Middle Adults, & Senior Adults

Parents' Sunday School
McCall Parlor, Parish House

We are all busy. It may seem like we have no choice but to live at a frantic pace, but God has a better path for us. Join us this semester as we discuss John Mark Comer’s The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry as he addresses one of the greatest threats to our spiritual lives: hurry. Instead, Jesus offers us a new rhythm of life, overflowing with grace, peace, and beauty. Each morning will include fellowship, video sessions and discussion led by class facilitators.
Contact: Anne Green Buckner

Rector’s Forum
McKissick Refectory, Parish House
Do the values of American culture stack up against the values of our Christ Church family? What “values” still hold up in the 21st century America in which we live today? Join our Rector this fall as we take a deeper look at what Jesus and the Bible specifically say about the values of “Community”, “Compassion”, “Faithful”, “Grateful”, and “Inviting to All.” You don’t want to miss this important look as we discover who we really are and who we aspire to be.
Contact: The Rev. Dr. Harrison McLeod and the Rev. Lindy Bunch

Confirmation (Formerly Episcopal 101)
Earle Conference Room, Parish House
Designed for adults, youth, and newcomers, or anyone wanting a refresher course on Christianity and the Episcopal Church, this class will focus on all the basics of our faith.
Contact: The Rev. Kellie Wilson

The Pit Stop
Graham Library, Parish House

Welcome to the Pit Stop! A place to refuel, rest and gear up for the week ahead. How often do you read a line from scripture and immediately understand the meaning and how to apply it to your life? Through fellowship and lively discussion, join this empty-nester group on a journey as we take the gospel reading of the day and break it down word by word. Together we will attempt to find meaning and purpose in God's Word.
Contact: Elizabeth McKissick & Dorothy Nicholson

Explorers Sunday School
Earle Conference Room, Parish House
Are you hungry for fellowship and searching for community with others close to your age? Join fellow parishioners in a new Sunday School offering as we navigate the second half of our lives looking at how scripture speaks to us. Our goal is to share, learn, challenge and build relationships as we explore the lessons of the day.
Contacts: Greta Parkinson or Claudia Coleman.

Faith Perspectives
Room 223, Parish House (Starts at 9:00 AM)

This long-time Sunday School class encourages lively, respectful discussions and debates over books that challenge our perspectives. This semester the group will discuss Oneing: Transitions by Richard Rohr from the Center for Contemplation and Action. This semester’s theme is focusing on personal transitions in a time of change.
Contact: Fran Taylor or Perry Gilreath